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Challenge level: 2 out of 5. thousands of amazing ladies cycling around London at night on the Women V Cancer flagship challenge! After two long years apart, we cannot wait to reunite and make a greater impact than ever for people facing breast, ovarian and cervical cancers. InRide the Night will be more special than ever! More sparkle. More excitement. Then it's time to set off in waves for your chosen route. Places are limited and are already flying fast, so what are you waiting for? up now to cycle 50km or km and paint the capital city pink! Nothing raises spirits and motivation more than a bit of sparkle, so why not pimp up your ride with pink accessories?
Our Ride the Night warriors come dressed up in all sorts, from flamingo helmet hats and tutus to superhero capes, fairy lights and even Where's Wally costumes! Get a taste of our magical flagship challenge in our brilliant one-minute video from our event! Facebook Twitter Instagram. Check-in to Ride the Night from 6pm at the beautiful Royal Windsor Racecourse which marks both the start and end of our challenge, with the first wave of cyclists setting off at 9pm.
There's free parking with plenty of space at the racecourse for all participants please feel free to bring your campervan if you'd like to camp here after you've conquered your ride. We'll also have a bag drop, stalls for each of our amazing Women V Cancer charities, bikes available to pre-book from British Bike Hire and stands with refreshments available for you and your supporters to purchase.
Take this opportunity to relax Looking for female rider evening rides make friends with your fellow Ride the Night warriors, before you're called to your start wave. With thousands of you all dressed up in bright outfits, it's also a great time for a selfie or ten! You will be set off in groups of seventy-five women at two-minute intervals to take on your 50km or km route around London. You can select your distance and start time when registering 9.
Each start wave has a limited of spaces, so please register now to secure your preferred start time. Both the 50km and km route will take you past lo of iconic London landmarks, which will look even more beautiful lit up at night. The 50km route won't be circular but will end in the lights of Central London venue TBC - and a crew of wonderful Ride Makers and staff will be there to congratulate you as you pedal those last few metres!
Our free shuttle busses will drive you and your bike from the finish point back to Windsor. If you would prefer to travel directly from your starting point back home, please feel free to make your own travel arrangements. Our km route will be circular and very similar to the route on years. We'll have Feed Stations along the way details TBC with a variety of tasty, free snacks and drinks with vegan and gluten free options available to keep you energised throughout the challenge.
Each Feed Station will also have first aid support, bike mechanics and toilet facilities. Ride the Night is not a race and there are no event timings. We anticipate that faster cyclists will complete the km route in about five hours, whilst slower cyclists will take up to ten hours. The 50km route should take around three to five hours. The cut off time is 7am on Sunday morning, but no-one will be left behind, as we will have a sweeper van behind the final group of cyclists. The more money raised by participants on the challenge, the higher the percentage of funds that will directly support those affected by women's cancers!
Cycling km approx. A of the women who will take part in this exciting challenge will have a low fitness level when they up. Ride the Night is the perfect motivation to train and get fit, all whilst raising funds for Looking for female rider evening rides amazing charities. You have people cheering you all the way around and an absolutely fantastic feeling when you finish! I will definitely do it again! When I ed up, I was the same as everyone else, like "sure I can do this," but as the time got closer, I started to question why I had entered - but I'm so glad I did!
It was organised so well that I had no doubts when I arrived.
Yes, km sounds a lot, but you just do it. We did it in eight hours and it was pain free. So if I could do it in the stupid weather we had on the 26th May 18, then anyone can! Download your free Ride the Night Training plan here. The money you raise is split evenly between our three charities and will go a long way to help them continue their vital work in a critical time Please download your Ride the Night sponsorship form here and take a look at our Tips and Resources here to fuel your inspiration and smash your challenge like a superhero.
We will also send you seasonal fundraising ideas in the lead up to the challenge. The money you raise funds the vital work of our three Women V Cancer charities who are raising awareness, providing support and funding research into breast, ovarian and cervical cancers. You don't need to do anything, as it's all done automatically through your fundraising !
If you have raised funds offline, please let us know by contacting events dream-challenges. Please download your sponsorship form here for any fundraising you do offline. The fundraising target is not obligatory, so Looking for female rider evening rides can, of course, still take part in the challenge. For all the amazing serial Ride the Nighters who have ed us in the past, the km route will be very similar to the one you have conquered on challenges.
The 50km route won't be circular but will end in the lights of Central London venue TBC - and of course, a crew of wonderful Ride Makers and staff will be there to congratulate you as you pedal those last few metres! We'll have free shuttle busses to drive you and your bike from the finish point back to Windsor. Both routes are well lit and on tarmac.
However, you will still need to have your bike lights on throughout your cycle and to keep spare batteries to hand. No, there will only be one Ride the Night inwhich will take place in London on Saturday 30th April You need to be 18 years old or over to take part in Ride the Night. There's no maximum age limit. One of the amazing things about Women V Cancer Ride the Night is that it brings adults of all ages and from all cycles of life together for one incredible cause.
Please get in touch with us to discuss this. Simply events dream-challenges. We're afraid men can't participate in this Women V Cancer challenge. However, they are more than welcome to the cause as a Ride Maker aka. Ride the Night volunteer.
We'll have a range of roles for both men and women, from supervising the bike racks to helping out at registration or the rest stops and more. See the range of Ride Maker roles available here. If you'd like to help out as a Ride Maker, please fill out this quick application form and we'll contact you to confirm your place as a volunteer. We're on the lookout for volunteers for Ride the Night Londonso if you want to the cause but can't commit to the challenge, this is an awesome way to get involved.
Ride Makers We have a range of Ride Maker roles for both men and women, from helping out at registration to supervising the bike racks to supplying riders with well-deserved snacks, refreshments and hot drinks at feed stations - and the list goes Looking for female rider evening rides Ride Angels We're also looking for experienced female cyclists, with Breeze or equivalent qualification, to support on the night as Ride Angels.
The role is voluntary, but will involve taking part in the challenge free of charge. Responsibilities will include fixing punctures, marshalling and supporting anyone who is struggling. If you'd like to help out as a Ride Angel, please fill out a quick application form and we'll contact you to confirm if you have been successful:.
It is also essential that you have front and rear lights fitted on your bike. Please bring spare batteries too. We provide bike mechanics but ask that you bring a spare inner tube that is specific to your bike, should you get a puncture on the challenge. Both the 50km and km routes are on road. Therefore, we recommend using a road or hybrid bike.
If you plan to use a mountain bike we would advise fitting road tyres for the challenge.
You are also more than welcome to use an electric bike. We recommend that your bike is serviced before the challenge to minimise the chance of any mechanical problems. There will be bike mechanics at the start of the challenge, at all of the rest stops and roaming mechanics along the route.
We recommend servicing your bike before the challenge and that you bring a spare inner tube that is specific to your bike. We have public liability insurance. However, we cannot insure your bicycle on this challenge, so please make sure your bicycle is covered on your home contents insurance or that you take out a specialist bicycle cover.
If you're driving, the Windsor Racecourse is easily accessible and well posted from junction 6 on the M4 and junction 3 on the M3. If using a sat-nav please use the postcode SL4 5EZ. If you're planning to travel via public transport, the nearest train stations to the racecourse are Windsor and Eton Central, Windsor and Eton Riverside, and Slough.
Need more info on the venue? Please check out the Royal Windsor Racecourse website herewhich is full of useful information. Another awesome thing about the Royal Windsor Racecourse is that there will be free parking for all participants!
Parking at the racecourse is free and car-sharing is recommended to ease congestion. On arrival to the Rider Entrance at the racecourse, a Ride the Night steward will greet and direct you. Please feel free to bring your campervan if you'd like to camp here after you've conquered your ride. There's lots of nearby accommodation at a range of rates for you to choose from, if you plan to stay the night before Ride the Night and when you come back from your ride.
We recommend you book your room as soon as possible to get a better rate - and to request a late check out on Sunday morning, so you can sleep in after your night cycling! We would recommend making sure you have a free cancellation option or purchase insurance for your booking, in case you need to cancel your stay. You are also welcome to camp at the racecourse after completing your ride.
No doubt you'll be glad to collapse in your tents or camper as soon as you've crossed that finish line! Yes, you can camp for free at the Windsor Racecourse after you come back from your ride.Looking for female rider evening rides
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